I've seen this before and I've fixed this (several times) but you do you really want to know how I did this?
Power down the switch and re-insert the stacking module is one method. Make very sure the s_crews are secure (and not just finger-tight). If the error message returned, I would power down the switch, remove the stacking module and WHACK the flat side of the stacking module on a surface (NOT the intention of breaking the module) and re-inserting the module back.
I pray you don't have to result in the 2nd method.
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